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Izumo Magatama no Sato Traditional Museum

1755-1 Yumachi, Tamayucho, Matsue 699-0202, Shimane Prefecture
+81 852-62-2288
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Stone of luck, love, and longevity

This is the only place in Japan that cut and carve stone into a comma shape called Magatama. It is... read more

Reviewed 8 March 2017
Hua M
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Bangkok, Thailand
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7 Mar 2017
“Stone of luck, love, and longevity”
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1755-1 Yumachi, Tamayucho, Matsue 699-0202, Shimane Prefecture
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

This is the only place in Japan that cut and carve stone into a comma shape called Magatama. It is somehow looks like yin and yang. Magatama has been worn as aun amulet to protect the warlords from evil snd misfortune. The souvenir store offers...More

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